Although I don't really like the fusion Asian restaurants, e.g. combination sushi/Chinese/Thai, we came here for Chinese, very attentive waiters, reasonable prices.
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This is the second Chinese restaurant I tried in Santiago, and this place was a little bit better than first one. To me, the food didn't really have much taste, and it definitely lacked flavor. Overall, the food was mediocre and nothing to get excited...More
We went to this restaurant for dinner, not expecting much. We expected the food to cater for local taste. To our surprise, the proprietor Alejandra Cai was most helpful and accommodating. She make sure the food was cooked to our expectations and requirements, ignoring the...More
I came here just after I got off the plane on my first night in Santiago because it was almost the only place open at hour on a Sunday night. I do go for time to time when I want chinese and can't be bothered...More
This is a very good thai/chinese/japanese restaurant, with good specialities from each country. The sushis and the makis are very big (well a bit like over whole Chile). The Thai food is really good, the pad thai for example is very well served and very...More
We have been there for a couple of times and I really like it. The sushi there is pretty good and I also ordered white housewine and liked it as well. The service is good but sometimes when there are a lot of people then...More